*Humour Comics: One of the most popular humour titles of the 1970s was Fleetway/IPC’s Cor!!, a cheerfully anarchistic medley of protagonists who mostly revolved around getting the better of the older generation, as exemplified by its cover guy Gus the Gorilla, who drove besuited types to apoplexy on a weekly basis; other well-remembered strips introduced were proto-feminist Tomboy, class struggle avatars Ivor Lott and Tony Broke, and token adventure strip Kid Chameleon, another in the long line of ‘orphan raised by critters’ strips, whose hue-changing antics nabbed him the full-colour centrefold. We are delighted to have a double-dose of debuts this week: not only the regular, newsagent-distributed issue #1, but the incredibly hard to find Publisher’s Promotional Variant, sternly marked “Not For Resale” where the price should be! The final release #1 doesn’t differ from the Promo in terms of content – though there are colouring variations between the two – but the scarcity of the Promotional Edition makes it a highly attractive acquisition, particularly in higher grades. Our ‘regular’ #1 (right) is GD at £25; the Promotional Variant (left) is FN at £100.